CONCERNING SLEEP AND ITS DISORDERS IN THE HEALTHY AND THE SICK AND IN THOSE POISONED WITH DRUGS

Heinrich Meng   “There are two ways of testing and revealing the truth. One is to soar from the idea and the detail immediately to the general laws and to compose and expound from these all-important postulations, as from the invincible truth, the intermediate laws. This is the usual way at the present time. “The … Read more

EPIDEMICS, ENVIRONMENT AND MALIGNANCY

Allan D Sutherland   Recently I had two interesting and rather unusual experiences, which I may be permitted to relate as the basis of a few concurrent remarks upon “modern scientific medicine” and its tendencies. They occurred in the line of my regular work, but in a department of practice which I do not invade … Read more

A FEW TALKS ON HOMOEOPATHY

K. Chatterji, M. D., Chinsurah, Bengal, India.   Murderers of homoeopathy are abroad. They prescribe high potencies in numerous doses in a single day, irrespective of short-acting or deep and long-acting drugs, with a free hand. They deviate from the laws and principles constantly. This may be judged from the practice of homoeopathy by three … Read more

Editorial

Allan D Sutherland   Natrum Muriaticum and Nightmares.–Miss S., age eighteen years, presented the following symptoms: History of enteritis during first year of infancy; later had all the eruptive diseases except scarlet-fever. At twelve years both tonsils were removed. First menses at fourteen years with uneventful establishment. Menses every twenty-eight days, copious for four days, … Read more

APIS MELLIFICA CURED A CASE OF VIRULENT DYSENTERY

Kunja Behari Mukerjee, Howrah, Calcutta, India.   A man x, aged 65 (sixty-five) years had complaints for a long time of indefinite digestive troubles. This patient was not always constipated but suffered much from diarrhoea and sometimes with mild type of dysentery; unfortunately he was attacked with a severe type of dysentery at last. Symptoms: … Read more

THE CLINICAL APPROACH

  Read before the Annual Meeting of the International Hahnemannia Association, New York, June, 1925. Guy Beckley Stearns, M. D.   If a patient be represented as occupying the center of a circle and the radii converging from all parts of the circumference represent the various approaches to a study of his case, such a circle … Read more